Fine Cartoon Art

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Invader from North in New York: Seth at Adam Baumgold

Posted by jtebeau on March 12, 2010

Here’s one of your best chances to see a contemporary cartoon master’s work up close and personal. But hurry.

courtesy of Seth and Adam Baumgold Gallery

Seth’s “George Sprott 1894 – 1975” wraps up it’s run at the Adam Goldberg Gallery on March 13.

The exhibition includes drawings and architectural models from Seth’s graphic novel (the saga of a Canadian TV personality by Ontario’s own Seth, born Gregory Gallant), which originally ran as a serial in the New York Times Sunday Magazine. His style is clean, precise and rendered with heart and sensitivity. The work goes down smooth, and packs a punch, like cold a rye Manhattan served up with a twist of orange peel.

See it, savor it, feel it.

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